Inspiring insights on the Torah Portion from the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Kehot Publication SocietyAuthor:
Rabbi Moshe WisnefskyFormat:
5½" x 8½" Hardcover, 1438 pages (3 volumes) With Lucite caseLanguage:
Translated and adapted by Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky, and produced by Chabad House Publications of California, Daily Wisdom summarizes each daily Torah reading and presents an original insight based on the Rebbe's teachings.
The Rebbe saw the weekly Torah portion as an inexhaustible source of new ideas, insight into current issues, and profound relevance for daily life. He urged his followers, as well as everyone who came into contact with him, to seek daily inspiration from studying the Torah.
Daily Wisdom`s 378 daily lessons, are a taste of the Rebbe`s vast and deep teachings, filled with love for G-d, Torah and the Jewish people, pragmatic optimism, and the conviction that evil and negativity will disappear when we learn to emphasize goodness and kindness These ideas are woven together throughout the book, resulting in a precious daily resource that will enrich and elevate the lives of all readers.
Other volumes in this series:
Sichat HaYom #1 - Luach Limud Yomi Al HaParashah VehaMoadim
Sichat HaYom #2 - Luach Limud Yomi Al HaParashah VehaMoadim
In the news:
Daily Wisdom, an anthology of 378 lessons from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, was the gold winner of the prestigious 2015 Benjamin Franklin Award. The Independent Book Publishers Association award is one of the highest awards in American independent publishing.
Announced last week, the award recognizes excellence in book editorial and design in 55 different categories.
Published by Kehot Publication Society, Daily Wisdom, adapted from the teachings of the Rebbe by Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky, summarizes the weekly Torah reading with original insight culled from among 200 published volumes of the Rebbe's scholarly works.
“The Rebbe saw the weekly Torah portion as an inexhaustible source of new ideas, insight into current issues, and profound relevance for daily life,” according to a press release from the Chabad-Lubavitch publishing house.
“He urged his followers, as well as everyone who came into contact with him, to seek daily inspiration from studying the Torah.”